There’s some exciting news here at Camilla’s English Page HQ:
NOW YOU CAN LEARN ALL ABOUT HOW TO USE IF AND WHETHER, HOW TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN INDECISIVE AND INDEFINITE, AND ALL KINDS OF OTHER FUN STUFF FROM THE CONVENIENCE OF YOUR WEB BROWSER!
Sometime in the early days of building this website I posted a PDF version of a very long (and very fascinating) list of common errors in usage that I had put together for my students. The PDF format has its advantages, but it certainly isn’t the most convenient format to use online. So I decided to transfer that content to web pages and to revise and expand it in the process. Voila! You can now edify yourself much more conveniently and in a far more flexible and aesthetically pleasing format. (And you’ll have to put up with fewer typos, as I corrected several during the process, though I have not yet updated the PDF version.) Just mosey on over to Common Errors in English Usage to luxuriate in all 145 (I think) pages of it.
* This expression is grammatically incorrect.